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Helmut Newton Polaroids

9 June-20 Nov. Berlin's Museum for Photography hosts an exhibition dedicated to the Polaroid snaps of one of the 20th century's most celebrated photographers, Helmut Newton. The once-cutting edge...
Vienna What's on

Albertina Contemporary: from Gerhard Richter To Kiki Smith

22 June-13 November. This exhibition at the Albertina Contemporary presents the gallery's most recently-acquired works in the area of contemporary art. The works are displayed so that viewers can...
Paris What's on

Mediaeval and Renaissance Illuminations

7 July-3 October. This interesting exhibition celebrates historical, literary and liturgical illuminations and consists of 70 Italian, French, Flemish and Germanic works produced in mediaeval and rena...
Brussels What's on

Baroque Without The Shrouds

2 June-25 Sept. An exhibition showcasing the splendour of baroque sculpture with a number of works by major Belgian artists on display for the first time. Organisers say that for many years baroqu...
Amsterdam What's on

Genius without Talent

16 July-2 Oct. Against a background of the ever-growing opportunities for ordinary people to take to the stage, either through "talent shows" or the internet, the De Appel arts centre hosts a group ex...
Madrid What's on

Leon Golub

6 May-12 September. Leon Golub (1922-2004) worked independently as an artist throughout his career, seemingly oblivious to the emerging art movements that surrounded him. This retrospective compri...
Barcelona What's on

Oleg Dou

16 July-16 Sept. Senda Gallery is staging a new series entitled Cubs by Oleg Dou, who was born in Moscow in 1984. His second solo exhibition in Spain, the artist has abandoned his trademark close-...
Copenhagen What's on

Tour de France: French Landscapes

8 April-11 September. This exhibition comprises over 60 works by some of the leading exponents of Impressionism and Post Impressionism, all from Ordrupgaard
Barcelona What's on

Portraits of the Belle Époque

20 July-9 October. The period between the Franco-Prussian war and world war one was characterised by sustained economic growth and sweeping social changes. During this transformative time many por...
Madrid What's on

Bucharest: A city of Paradox

3 June-11 September. The Romanian Cultural Institute, in collaboration with the Artes del Ayuntamiento in Madrid and the National Museum of Contemporary Art of Bucharest, offers a glimpse of Bucharest...
London What's on

BP Potrait Award 2011

16 June-18 September. Recognised as the most prestigious portrait competition in the world, for 32 years the annual BP Portrait Award has promoted the best in international contemporary portrait paint...
Dublin What's on


27 May- 31 October. As part of the celebrations marking the Irish Museum of Modern Art
Oxford What's on

Britain from the air at Oxford Castle

24 June-4 September. Over the summer Oxford Castle hosts the exhibition Britain from the Air, a collection of over 100 large-scale images by Britain's foremost aerial photographers. Aside from foc...
Copenhagen What's on

Teater og Kultur (Theatre and Culture)

28 May-31 December. The Theatre Museum examines theatre in Copenhagen in the 19th century with an interesting exhibition comprising several different shows and installations, taking place in the museu...
Brussels What's on

Bob De Moor and the Sea: a famous cartoon artist’s great passion

14 June 2011-15 January 2012. In 1956 Bob De Moor and Georges Prosper Remi (better known as Herg
Vienna What's on

Makart: An Artist rules the City

9 June-16 October. Renowned internationally for his massive brightly-coloured canvases, Hans Makart, the "prince of painters", is equally remembered for his colourful private life. In addition to...
Berlin What's on

New Realities: PhotoGraphik from Warhol to Havekost

10 June-9 October 2011. This themed exhibition traces the history of photographically-produced images through the various forms of printmaking. The show begins with the 1960s Pop Art movement when...
Paris What's on

Paris - Delhi - Bombay

25 May-19 September. An exhibition comprising paintings, sculpture, design, fashion and cinema by 50 artists from France and India is designed to showcase the diversity of Indian contemporary culture,...
Amsterdam What's on

From Dada to Surrealism: Jewish Avant-Garde Artists from Romania

1 June-2 October. The Jewish Historical Museum presents an exhibition of over 70 paintings by Jewish avant-garde artists from Romania. The works date from 1910-1938 and many have never been on dis...
Vienna What's on

Dürer - Cranach - Holbein: The Discovery of Man: the German Portrait around 1500

31 May-4 September. An exhibition at Vienna's Museum of Fine Arts focuses on the German portrait around 1500 and comprises 130 stellar works, mostly by Albrecht D


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